The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following content: “A Law for Modern Times: The Electronic Conveyancing National Law, Forged Mortgages and Immediate Indefeasibility” – Penny Carruthers and Natalie Skead; “‘A Grade Below Them All’: Real Property Interests on the Reservation of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians” – Jason Jones; “The Troubled Borderlands of Torrens Indefeasibility: Lessons from Australia and the United States” – Paul Babie and John Orth; Singapore: “Recent Developments: Fiduciary Duties of Resulting Trustees; Joint Tenancies and the Enforcement of Judgment Debts; Developments in the Doctrine of Part Performance” – Kelvin Low; Queensland: “Instalment Contracts and the Unwary Seller – A Case for Reform” – W D Duncan and Sharon Christensen; Western Australia: “Property Law Issues in Western Australia” – Eileen Webb. This issue also includes the following sections: Editorial; General Editor and South Australia Editor – Paul Babie; and Book Review.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following content: “Licensee versus trespasser: Hill v Tupper resuscitated” – Oscar S Han; “Regulation and private property: The cautionary tale of Ukraine” – Paul Babie; Consumer Issues: “It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn, it’s a new life … : PEXA, electronic conveyancing, and consumers” – Lynden Griggs; Strata and Community Title: “Tragedy of the anticommons?” – Michael Kleinschmidt; New Zealand: “Are resource consents property? – Ongoing issues” – Thomas Gibbons; Singapore: “Recent developments: Resulting trusts, common intention constructive trusts, proprietary estoppel and equitable accounting” – Kelvin Low; Queensland: “Sharing your home in Queensland: Host, landlord or innkeeper?” – Sharon Christensen and WD Duncan; South Australia: “The meaning of ‘residential tenancy agreement’ in South Australia: Schaffer v Usca” – Paul Babie; Western Australia: “Recent developments: Boarders and lodgers; real estate agents code of conduct; priority between unregistered interests; the Oswal saga” – Eileen Webb.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following content: “Strata scheme termination reforms and compulsory acquisition” – Cassandra Campbell; “Contractual damages and post-Sidhu proprietary estoppel: A further blow to the Statute of Frauds?” – Wei Wen; Consumer Issues: “The evolving discourse as to whether animals are property” – Lynden Griggs; Singapore: “Recent developments: Subterranean and cyber space” – Kelvin Low; South Africa: “Extinction of a praedial servitude of light” – PJ Badenhorst; New South Wales: “The omitted easement exception to indefeasiblity: Registrar-General of New South Wales v Jea Holdings (Aust) Pty Ltd” – Ken Kanjian; Queensland: “Email negotiations form a binding land contract without a “signature”” – Sharon Christensen; “Compulsory acquisition and a survey plan: Tenants must protect their rights” – Sebastian Greenway; South Australia: “Caveats and competing equitable mortgages: Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Psevdos” – Paul Babie.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following articles: “A cadastral system approach to environmental protection: A focus on Australia” – Melkamu B Moges; and “Old meets new: The rule in Shropshire’s case and the Torrens system” – Glen Anderson. Also included in this Part are the following sections: Strata and Community Title: “Equitable jurisdiction of body corporate adjudicators” – Michael Kleinschmid; Consumer Issues: ” My home is my castle: Does this principle yield when I block your view or shade the sun’s rays from you?” – Lynden Griggs; Singapore: “Recent developments around leases: Non-derogation and quiet enjoyment; Evidence Act and tenancy by estoppel; remedy of distress” – Kelvin Low; South Africa: “The South African land registration system: A case involving fraud” – PJ Badenhorst; Queensland: “Modifying easements: Living in the past” – Stephen Lumb; South Australia: “Vendors’ statements, the right to cool off and remedies: Le Cornu and Kurda v Place on Brougham Pty Ltd” – Paul Babie; and Western Australia: “Recent developments: Selling off the plan (a warning for developers); Retirement Villages Act amendments; adverse possession” – Eileen Webb and Pnina Levine.
Property Law Review Vol 4 Pt 1 (November 2014) is available online now. Topical section notes authored by professional and academic experts in a broad range of property law related subject areas and jurisdictions have been introduced into the Property Law Review journal, including Strata and Community Title, Consumer Issues, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, New South Wales, and Queensland.
The latest Part of the Property Law Review includes the following articles: “The Court of Claims and the resolution of informal land claims in New South Wales 1833-1835” – Shaunnagh Dorsett; and “The durability of title: An appraisal of recent developments in Australian real property law” – Paul Babie. Also in this Part are the following sections: Strata and Community Title: “Body corporate legal practice: Potential pitfalls for lawyers” – Michael Kleinschmidt; Consumer Issues: “The consumer and virtual or digital property: Is this an oxymoron?” – Lynden Griggs; New Zealand: “Developments in unit titles” – Thomas Gibbons; Singapore: “Legislation and case law developments: Damages, easements, caveats, trusts and proprietary estoppel” – Kelvin Low; South Africa: “Expropriation of “old order” mineral rights in South Africa: The Constitutional Court has its say (twice)” – Pieter Badenhorst; New South Wales: “The problem of successive vexatious caveats revisited” – Jennifer Stuckey-Clarke; and Queensland: “Balancing information disclosure and “red tape”: Queensland’s proposal for seller disclosure” – Sharon Christensen.
Thomson Reuters is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynden Griggs as a brand new Consumer Issues Section Editor for Property Law Review. As part of an ongoing enhancement project, we are commissioning a range of new sections to bring subscribers property law insights from academics and practitioners around Australia and internationally. Lynden Griggs is a ...more